Time Warner Cable is the second largest cable telecommunications company in the United States in terms of revenue. It currently serves users in 29 states, and is the largest provider in many of the markets it serves. In 2014, its largest competitor Comcast attempted to acquire Time Warner Cable in a $45.2 billion deal that eventually fell through because of opposition from a variety of sources. Charter Communications has also proposed a deal that would involve it acquiring both Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. As of the end of the first quarter in 2016, the purchase was not finalized.
Time Warner Cable Facts
|Name||Download Speeds||Data Cap||Price|
|Spectrum Internet||60 mbps||N/A||$44.99|
|Spectrum Internet and Voice||60 mbps||N/A||$64.98|
|Triple Play Select||60 mbps||N/A||$89.97|
|TV Select and Spectrum Internet||60 mbps||N/A||$89.98|
|Triple Play Silver||60 mbps||N/A||$109.97|
|Triple Play Gold||60 mbps||N/A||$129.97|
Time Warner offers Internet service via the following technology: Fiber.
Time Warner is available in the following cities: New York, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, Brooklyn, NY, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, Phoenix, AZ, Bronx, NY, San Antonio, TX, San Diego, CA, Dallas, TX, San Jose, CA, Austin, TX, Indianapolis, IN, Columbus, OH, Fort Worth, TX, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Memphis, TN, Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, Milwaukee, WI, Albuquerque, NM, Tucson, AZ and Fresno, CA and many more.
Time Warner is available in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.